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Choosing a domain name is a very important first step for anyone starting a business on the Internet. This name is the first impression that strangers are going to have about yo... 12/04/2006
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Everyday we hear that another company goes out of business. When and why does a dot-com become a dot-bomb? After checking few dozen defunct companies, I think the main reasons f... 12/04/2006
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The very name CGI used to send chills up my spine. For years I put it in the 'too-hard-basket'. But like most things in life, CGI is not as scary as it seems. If you have a cgi... 12/04/2006
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I ask myself that question about once a month. My website looks fine to me, but what are other people seeing? And what are the Search Engines seeing? Here's a checklist of 10 wa... 12/04/2006
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Do you place back-issues of your Newsletter on your website? There are two good reasons why you should: (1) It shows potential subscribers that you're serious about your Newslet... 12/04/2006
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Don't mess with those links! When you're designing your site, you should leave your text links in their natural state--blue and underlined. We all want to be creative and not do... 12/04/2006
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Never put form over function. Why? Because it's crucial that visitors actually be able to USE your site. Everything you do must be designed to be as easy for the visitor to unde... 12/04/2006
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The great debate: how much copy you should have on your site, particularly on the home page? Do you subscribe to the idea that a picture is worth a thousand words--and therefore... 12/04/2006
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The first immutable law of effective navigation: It's gotta be readily available. Visitors should not have to hunt for your navigation or wonder where to find it. If you've done... 12/04/2006
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Ever since I've been doing SEO work, I've always griped and complained about FrontPage and all the extraneous code it puts in the section of the page, etc. Then recently, I had... 12/04/2006
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Once upon a time, in a small home office, a busy entrepreneur wondered why he wasn?t quite as busy as he would like to be. ?I market my business as much as possible?, said the e... 12/04/2006
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Did you know that nearly 20 percent of all Web users have some form of disability? ?Making your site accessible for all is a matter of courtesy, is good business practice, and i... 12/04/2006
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Questions to ask when designing a Web Site for your client (s). ?Excerpt from the book: Graphic Artists Guild, Handbook Pricing & Ethical guidelines Written by: Brent Parker The... 12/04/2006
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Effective navigation stands out. It's clear, obvious, and highly visible. You'll need to have a clear section of the page designated for navigation--one that a visitor will imme... 12/04/2006
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Navigation must be simple. Since it's the backbone of your site, it's imperative that visitors be able to understand it. Here are two tips on how to make simplicity a reality in... 12/04/2006
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